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Photo Credit-Maine Forest Service
Photo Credit-Maine Forest Service

Imagine a Law Enforcement Officer Without a Gun. You Need Only Look to the Maine Forest Rangers.

In 1990, a Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy went into an ambush described as a death trap. Deputy Bunker was with an unarmed forest ranger on the call.

At the time Maine Forest Rangers were not permitted to use firearms as part of their enforcement responsibilities.They came out of the ambush with six bullet holes in Bunker's cruiser and a bullet in the Ranger’s hip.

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